|International Won a gold medal and had four goals and eight assists while playing on a line with Pavel Bure and Alexander Mogilny at 1989 World Junior Championship ... Named to 1988 World Junior All-Star Team (five goals, seven assists in seven games) ... Member of Team Russia at the 1991 Canada Cup ... Won two World Championship gold medals with the Soviet National Team, in 1989 (team was 10-0-0) and 1990 (8-1-1) ... Led the Russian team in scoring with three goals and three assists in five games at the 1996 World Cup of Hockey ... Earned a silver medal at the 1998 Olympics in Nagano ? Won silver medal at 2002 Olympics.
Career Detroit's fourth choice, 74th overall, in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft ... Played four seasons with the Central Red Army ... Came to Detroit in 1990 after leaving the Soviet team prior to the Goodwill Games in Seattle ... First runner-up behind Ed Belfour for the 1990-91 Calder Trophy ... First runner-up to Guy Carbonneau for the 1991-92 Selke Trophy as the NHL's best defensive forward ... Was the first European to win the Hart Trophy as NHL MVP (1993-94) after finishing second in scoring behind Wayne Gretzky with 120 points ... Also won the Selke Trophy that year ... In 1995-96, led the Red Wings in points with 107 (39 goals and 68 assists) and tied for eighth in the NHL ... In 1996-97, he scored five goals in a game versus Washington on December 26, 1996 ... Won the Stanley Cup with the Red Wings in 1997 ? Scored 22 points in 20 games to help Red Wings win Stanley Cup again in 1998 ? Scored 19 points in 23 games during the Red Wings run to the Stanley Cup championship in 2001-02 ? Signed as a free agent with the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim prior to the 2003-04 season ? Led Mighty Ducks in scoring his first year with 31 goals and 34 assists for 65 points.